Democracy Now! Tuesday, December 11, 2001
Democracy Now! television program for Tuesday, December 11, 2001
Run time 59:00Producer Democracy Now!Audio/Visual sound, colorLanguage en
Renowned British Journalist Robert Fisk Is Severely Beaten By Angry Afghans, Narrowly Escapes - and He Blames the West
Renowned British journalist Robert Fisk was severely beaten by a crowd of people in an Afghan village just two daysago, and barely escaped with his life.
"We Are the War Criminals Now" Interview with Robert Fisk, Part II
"When I Saw the Dead and Dying Afghani Children On TV, I Felt a Newly Recovered Sense Of National Security. God Bless America" High School Suspends a 15-Year-Old Student for Anti-War T-Shirt
We’ll spend the rest of the hour talking about student anti-war organizing around the country. We start with KatieSierra, a 15-year-old high school student from Charleston, West Virginia. She came to school one day wearing at-shirt with a handwritten message: “When I saw the dead and dying Afghani children on TV, I felt a newly recoveredsense of national security. God Bless America.” The school suspended her.
The Fight Against the War at Home and Abroad: Hampshire College Passes a Resolutioncondemning the So-Called "War On Terrorism"
Yesterday sixteen youth and student organizations, representing millions of young people across the country, launcheda campaign pledging to stand against the so-called “war on terrorism.” The National Youth and Student PeaceCoalition.
Renowned British Journalist Robert Fisk Is Beaten By a Crowd of Angry Afghans - and He Blames the West
As Alternative Media Outlets Become Increasingly Rare, the Feminist Majority Foundation Buysms. Magazine: A Roundtable On Women, War, Independent Media and Protest
On a December 4 broadcast of the NBC Nightly News, firefighter Lieutenant Brenda Bergman described risking her lifeto save others. Although her story was similar to hundreds of tales we’ve heard from New York firefighters, Bergman’sexperience sounded unfamiliar when told in a woman’s voice.